|Final Fantasy XII Enemy|
|Bestiary Location||Ozmone Plains|
|Location||Salikawood (Corridor of Ages, Piebald Path)|
|Common Steal||Wind Magicite|
|Uncommon Steal||Smelling Salts|
|Rare Steal||Taurus Gem, Fuzzy Miter|
|Common Drop||Chocobo Feather|
|Uncommon Drop||Wind Magicite|
|Rare Drop||Gysahl Greens|
|Very Rare Drop||Chocobo Feather|
|Monograph Drop||Gysahl Greens (80% - Hunter's Monograph)|
|Canopic Jar Drop||Arcana (7%*/13%^)|
|Common Poach||Chocobo Feather|
|Rare Poach||Gysahl Greens|
|Attacks||(5-hit max), Lunge, Wild Charge|
|Innate abilities||Focus, Counter+, If HP<50% - Attack+ and Counter|
|Immune to||Stop, Confuse, Slow, Poison*, Lure, Charm|
|Other Information||*Level 31 only.|
^Level 35 only.
Note: Shares Bestiary Entry with other Chocobos.
- Genus: Avion
- Class: Chocobo
Page 1: ObservationsEdit
- “What creature, fair or foul, has affected the lives of the common man more than the noble chocobo? Though the yellow chocobo is by far the most common, and the only domesticable sort, many other wild breeds of differing hues have been identified. In general, the other colorations of chocobo tend to be quite violent, giving rise to the saying: "Yellow, best for riding; aught else, best be hiding.
Even as tame chocobos are known for their temper, true domestication requires time and expertise. Their curiosity can often get them into trouble, but they are charming nevertheless, and popular throughout Ivalice. As famed naturalist Merlose once wrote: "a little personality goeth a long way.”
Page 2: The Town CrierEdit
- “Hear ye, hear ye! Good news for those knights who are sensitive of nose! Thanks to recent discovers, you can bid a fond farewell to troublesome chocobo odors! The method is simple: ply your chocobo chick with only fresh gysahl greens, and that disconcertingly disgusting stench will diminish by up to three quarters! The news isn't all good, however, as it takes two to three years to raise a chocobo to riding age, meaning that the fragrant fruits of your labor won't ripen for some time.”
The name "chocobo" is likely a reference to the Japanese chocolate malt ball, chokõbo.